Yeah, sorry. I'm planning on doing a release of the wildfly-maven-plugin
today. I was going to do it yesterday, but I was waiting to hear
something back from a contributor.
Yes, it uses the native management interface. I do have a plan to look
at the HTTP interface, but I just haven't had a chance. At this point
it's essentially the same as the jboss-as-maven-plugin only renamed and
FWIW too you can still use the jboss-as-maven-plugin you just need to
pass the jboss-as.port, e.g. -Djboss-as.port=9990, or set it in the
plugin configuration, <port>9990</port>.
On 02/13/2014 06:04 AM, Bill Burke wrote:
I knew it existed, but I didn't try it as its been in beta for a
LOOONNNNGGGG time and I figured it had the same problems. It still
sucks I can't use jboss-as-maven-plugin OTB. I'll try it out.
Am I supposed to have the native mgmt interface set up to be able to use
it? I couldn't see any switches that allows you to use the HTTP interface.
On 2/13/2014 4:14 AM, Eduardo Martins wrote:
> Should also be noted that the jboss-as.port property changed to wildfly.port, and
that since the default port is now 9090, targeting another node that was started with a
port offset needs that property updated to the correct value, for instance a port offset
of 100, as used by several quickstarts, now needs -Dwildfly.port=10090 instead of
> So an egg in my face too, since I have been changing this in wildfly/quickstarts and
didn’t remember that when you asked contributions to the release notes...
> On 13 Feb 2014, at 03:22, Jason T. Greene <jgreene(a)redhat.com> wrote:
>> Damn project was renamed to wildfly-maven-plugin but I totally forgot to put that
in the release notes.
>> Egg -> My face
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>> On Feb 12, 2014, at 8:21 PM, Bill Burke <bburke(a)redhat.com> wrote:
>>> FYI: Because native mgmt interface is no longer on by default
>>> jboss-as-maven-plugin no longer works OTB. Any tests, demos,
>>> quickstarts, tutorials that rely on this will also not work anymore.
>>> Bill Burke
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